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Americans At Work

A Guide to the Can-Do People

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Americans At Work by Craig Storti
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Despite their outwardly friendly ways and easy-going manner, Americans continue to be a mystery to their business counterparts in other countries. Craig Storti tackles the "can-do" culture of the United States to help professionals better understand the sometimes confusing, sometimes frustrating American personality. Building from an historical context, Storti identifies the six most important American themes, including 'The Land of Opportunity,' 'Equality for All,' 'The Self-Made People,' and 'Time Matters.' He explains the themes and then shows how they play out in the workplace. He also takes up American communication style, bosses and subordinates, and workplace etiquette. A must-have book for anyone doing business with the Americans.

Author Biography

Craig Storti is founder and director of Communicating Across Cultures, a Washington, D.C.-based training and consulting firm. Storti has helped thousands of expatriates understand other cultures through his books Figuring Foreigners Out and Old World, New World. His previous books with Nicholas Brealey Publishing, are The Art of Coming Home and The Art of Crossing Cultures. The latter has sold over 50,000 copies.
Release date Australia
June 4th, 2004
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Intercultural Press Inc
Pages
248
Dimensions
152x228x14
ISBN-13
9781931930055
Product ID
2337287

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